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On Campus: End of Season Stats

End of season stats for Sporting KC academy players.

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The college soccer season ended over the weekend as Georgetown won the College Cup against Virginia on penalty kicks. For Sporting Kansas City academy players in college, their seasons ended the weekend before. With their seasons over, here’s a look at the stats for the academy players this season. Grayson Barber, a sophomore from Clemson, had the most goals and assists of any academy player, scoring 10 goals and adding nine assists in the season. Leroy Enzugusi, Drake junior finished second in goals with eight, while Sebastian Cruz finished second in assists with four. Barber also appeared in the most games this season, with 21 appearances for Clemson, the same as Logan Lucas and Steven Tekesky from West Virginia and Massimo Salvoni from Baker. Here’s the rest of the stats for this year.

Class of 2015

Bryce Gibson (Creighton) - D - RSr - Played in 14 games, starting 13 recording one assist as Creighton went 8-7-2.

Class of 2016

Ryan Kellogg (West Virginia) - D - Sr - Played in 18 games, starting 16, recording one goal and two assists as West Virginia went 10-9-2.

John Leisman (Yale) - F - Sr - Played in 14 games, starting 10, recording an assist as Yale went 13-3-2.

Logan Lucas (West Virginia) - D - Sr - Played and started all 21 of West Virginia’s games scoring one goal as West Virginia went 10-9-2.

Andrew McLeod (Northwestern) - D - Sr - Played in 15 games, starting 11 as Northwestern went 8-8-2.

Absalom Solorio (Niagara) - MF - Sr - Played in all 18 games, recording three goals and one assist as Niagara went 5-12-1.

Class of 2017

Christian Albelo (Marquette) - D - RSo - Played in nine games, starting two as Marquette went 8-9-1.

Chase Bromstedt (Tulsa) - MF - Jr - Played in 14 games recording one goal and two assists as Tulsa went 4-9-2.

Joe Corner (Gonzaga) - MF - Jr - Played in 12 games, starting seven as Gonzaga went 4-10-2.

Leroy Enzugusi (Drake) - F - Jr - Played and started all 18 games, recording eight goals and two assists as Drake went 8-9-1.

Alex Kaddah (Denver) - MF - RSo - Played in nine games, starting three as Denver went 6-12-3.

Steven Tekesky (West Virginia) - GK - Jr - Played and started all 21 of West Virginia’s games as West Virginia went 10-9-2.

Patrick Wilkinson (Saint Louis) - D/M - Jr - Played and started 16 games, recording an assist as Saint Louis went 10-7.

Class of 2018

Grayson Barber (Clemson) - F - So - Played in 21 games, scoring 10 goals and adding nine assists as Clemson went 18-2-2.

Alex Brown (Lipscomb) - GK - RFr - Played in seven games, starting six as Lipscomb went 5-9-2.

Colin Innes (Kentucky) - MF - RFr - Played in 17 games, starting three, recording two goals and an assist as Kentucky went 13-5-3.

Connor Jordan-Hyde (Virginia Tech) - GK - So - Did not play in any of Virginia Tech’s games as they went 10-6-3.

Gabe Kash (Marquette) - D - RFr - Played in 14 games, starting 4 as Marquette went 8-9-1.

Roman Knox (North Carolina) - MF - RFr - Played in one game as UNC went 7-7-4.

Dawson Lee (Missouri State) - F - So - Played in all 20 of Missouri State’s games, recording a goal and two assists as Missouri State went 18-1-1.

Isaac McGinnis (Penn) - MF - So - Played in 12 games, starting 11 as Penn went 7-5-4.

Reagan Mugume-Rice (Cal Poly) - F - So - Played in two games as Cal Poly went 7-9-1.

Mason Visconti (Kentucky) - F - So - Played in 17 games, starting one, scoring one goal as Kentucky went 13-5-3.

Alec Wons (Marquette) - GK - RFr - Did not play in any of Marquette’s games as they went 8-9-1.

Class of 2019

Mohammad Abualnadi (Notre Dame) - D - Fr - Played in all 19 games recording a goal and an assist as Notre Dame went 10-8-1.

Sebastian Cruz (Cal State Fullerton) - M - Fr - Played and started all 20 games, recording two goals and four assists as Cal State Fullerton went 12-7-1.

Ryan Fessler (Wake Forest) - MF - Fr - Did not play in any of Wake Forest’s games as they went 16-5-2.

Dontell Gilyard (UMKC) - D - Fr - Played in and started all 17 of UMKC’s games, scoring a goal as UMKC went 6-11.

Johnny Hansen (Gonzaga) - D - Fr - Played and started all 16 games for Gonzaga as they went 4-10-2.

Sean Karani (Temple) - F - Fr - Played in and started 18 games, scoring three goals, and adding three assists as Temple went 8-8-2.

Karson Kendall (High Point) - D - Fr - Played in 15 games as High Point went 12-6.

Sebastian Kennedy (Barton County) - MF - Fr - Played in 14 games, starting six, scoring three goals, and adding three assists as Barton County went 11-3-1.

Massimo Salvoni (Baker) - D - Fr - Played in and started 21 games, scoring two goals as Baker went 13-7-3.